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Goldstein’s grave draws extremists

by JERUSALEM (JTA) -- Israeli security officials are concerned that the grave of Dr. Baruch Goldstein, the Jewish settler who gunne, "I am afraid lunatics will draw the power from there to carry out another criminal act," police commander Alik Ron told the Isra

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He was buried on the outskirts of Kiryat Arba, the settlement adjacent to Hebron.

The landscaped area around the grave prompted a stormy debate in the Knesset Interior Committee last week, when Chairman Salah Tareef of the Labor Party demanded that it be dismantled.

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